"Now verily I tell you we will not budge until this place is ours. We will carry it by storm. Sound the charge!"

Now arrived Dunois from the city, and plunged through the battle on his foam-flecked horse and galloped up to Joan, saluting, and uttering handsome compliments as he came. He waved his hand toward the distant walls of the city, where a multitude of flags were flaunting gaily in the wind, and said the populace were up there observing her fortunate performance and rejoicing over it, and added that she and the force would have a great reception now.

Now? Hardly now, Bastard. Not yet!”

“Why not yet? Is there more to be done?”

“More, Bastard? We have but begun! We will take this fortress!”

“Ah, you can’t be serious! We can’t take this place; let me urge you to not make the attempt; it is too desperate. Let me order your forces back.”

Joan’s heart was overflowing with the joys and enthusiasms of war, and it made her impatient to hear such talk. She cried out:

“Bastard, Bastard, will ye play always with these English? Now verily I tell you we will not budge until this place is ours. We will carry it by storm. Sound the charge!”

“Ah, my General-”

“Waste no more time, man - let the bugles sound the assault!” and we saw that strange deep light in her eye which we named the battle-light, and learned to know so well in later fields.

The martial notes pealed out, the troops answered with a yell, and down they came against that formidable work, whose outlines were lost in its own cannon smoke, and whose sides were spouting flame and thunder.

We suffered repulse after repulse, but Joan was here and there and everywhere encouraging the men, and she kept them to their work. During three hours the tide ebbed and flowed, flowed and ebbed; but at last La Hire, who was now come, made a final resistless charge, and the bastille St. Loup was ours. We gutted it, taking all its stores and artillery, and destroyed it.

From “Personal Recollections of Joan of Arc”, by Mark Twain, 1896

THE DATA, AND THE BULLSHIT PLAUSIBLE-DENIABILITY EXCUSES REFUTING IT

From 1950 to 1989, the suicide rate among U.S. adolescents aged fifteen to eighteen quadrupled .

From 2000 to 2022, suicidal ingestion cases among children in the U.S. between the ages of 10 and 12 increased by 350%.

Two thirds of those suicide attempts were females.

Girls are killing themselves in exponentially greater numbers because they are more addicted to the technology that is, in fact, driving the increase in suicide.

Or you could go with co-author David Sheridan, a pediatric emergency room doctor at Oregon Health and Science University, who said “his study was not designed to look at what is causing this rise or what the factors are,” and that "suicidal thinking can be fueled by many factors and is not well understood." He “urged caution” about connecting suicide and social media.

From 2007 to 2016, the suicide rate among U.S. children aged ten to fourteen more than doubled.

The New Yorker’s Andrew Solomon said “It is extremely difficult to generalize about youth suicide”, and that collating the information is “all but impossible”, due to “the blizzard of conflicting statistics”, and that “more and better studies are urgently needed.”

From 2019 to 2021, the suicide rate in Japan increased by 5% , from 16 per 100,000 people to 16.8 per 100,000 people.

From 2019 to 2020, the suicide rate in Japan increased by 4.3%, from 16 per 100,000 to 16.7 per 100,000.

From 2020 to 2021, the suicide rate in Japan increased by .6% from 16.7 per 100,000 to was 16.8 per 100,000.

From 2020 to 2021, the suicide rate among women in Japan increased by .6% . It was the second consecutive year of increasing suicide among women in Japan.

From 2020 to 2021, the suicide rate among men in Japan decreased by .8% . It was the 12th straight year of decreasing suicide among men in Japan.

In 2021, nippon.com said that the largest increase in the reason for suicide was “economic and livelihood issues”.

In 2020, 56% of the Japanese workforce was male, and 44% was female.

Essay: explain how the largest increase in suicide in Japan in 2020 was due to “economic and livelihood issues”, within the context of twelve consecutive years of decreasing suicide among men, two consecutive years of increasing suicide among women, within the context of a Japanese workforce that was 56% male and 44% female.

Answer: “economic and livelihood issues” is a bullshit plausible deniability excuse, put forward at the local level in Japan to take your eyes off the fact that women are killing themselves in exponentially greater numbers regardless of culture or geography because they are more addicted to the technology that is, in fact, driving the increase in suicide.

In 2021, nippon.com said that the top cause of suicide in Japan was “health issues”.

Essay: Explain how “health issues” were the primary drivers of suicide in Japan, within the context of Japanese women killing themselves at ever greater rates, and men there killing themselves at ever decreasing rates, with the context of the fact that those only-general “health issues” must necessarily be equal among men and women.

Answer: “health issues” is a bullshit plausible deniability excuse, put forward at the local level in Japan to take your eyes off the fact that women are killing themselves in exponentially greater numbers regardless of culture or geography because they are more addicted to the technology that is, in fact, driving the increase in suicide.

THE ARTICLES

In March 2022, Healthday.org published “Suicide Rate Is Spiking Upwards in Preadolescent Children”.

Where author Cara Murez said “spiking upwards” because it’s general. As a propagandist, Ms. Murez knows well that, since sixty to seventy percent of readers only read the headlines, her hedging generality will go a long way toward “compartmentalizing” awareness of the exponential increase in suicide that is occurring regardless of culture or geography that I’m documenting here.

The vile meme “spiking” was inserted to imply that numbers have shot up, but will soon shoot right back down again, forming a “spike” on the graph.

More grotesquely, still, she bravely hedged “spiking up” back to “spiking upwards”.

As a final bonus, “spiking upwards” is grammatically incorrect, and it’s been done deliberately, in that “striking upward” is concrete, while “spiking upwards” hedges it back yet another step to where it hasn’t quite gotten to “striking upward”.

In journalistic parlance, she’s “buried” the following data in the article below:

“…the study data showed the problem has been percolating for years: There has been a 4.5-foldincrease in suicidal ingestion cases among children between the ages of 10 and 12 since 2000.”

Where the smarmy, positive-spin “percolating for years” plays that there has not been a sudden, recent, exponential increase in suicide among adolscents in the past few years. “Ah, the coffee’s percolating, how nice it smells, how stimulating, how comforting!”

She hedged a 350% increase in suicide back to “a 4.5 fold increase” to soften it.

The article goes on to say “Study co-author Dr. David Sheridan, a pediatric emergency room doctor at Oregon Health and Science University, said mental health concerns are a growing issue in emergency department patients.”

Where he used “growing” because it’s general, and because it’s softer then “increasing”. It’s positive spin…“ah, my, how you’ve grown”.

The article goes on to say " ‘We’ve just seen rapidly escalating numbers of adolescents coming in with suicidal thoughts. And it seems like we’ve been seeing younger patients as well,’ Sheridan said."

Where “rapidly escalating” is, once again, general. “Seems like” offers the subconscious of the mouth-breathing Coincidence theorist to throw that one out the window, “The Doctor said it only seems that way”.

The article goes on to say “During the study period, there were more than 1.2 million cases, about two-thirds in girls.”

Girls are killing themselves in exponentially greater numbers because they are more addicted to the technology that is, in fact, driving the increase in suicide.

Well, that’s my theory, anyway. Let’s see what study co-author David Sheridan, a pediatric emergency room doctor at Oregon Health and Science University has to say about what’s driving the hyper-exponential increase in adolescent suicide:

"Though the study authors noted that suicidal thinking can be fueled by many factors and is not well understood, they also said that many social media platforms were launched around 2013, which happened to dovetail with the rise in cases. Sheridan, however, urged caution about connecting the two.

This study was not designed to look at what is causing this rise or what the factors are,” Sheridan said. “I think the goal is to highlight this is happening, to fuel more research to hopefully get to the bottom of what you’re asking, which I think is a really important thing.”

That’s an example of what George Orwell referred to as “a cuttlefish squirting out ink”.

“The great enemy of clear language is insincerity. When there is a gap between one’s real and one’s declared aims, one turns as it were instinctively to long words and exhausted idioms, like a cuttlefish spurting out ink.”

From “Politics and the English Language”, by George Orwell, 1946

Here’s Cara Munez’s picture, wearing a purple shirt in front of a green background:

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(Author Cara Munez, wearing a Satanic purple shirt in front of a Satanic green background)

I’ve included her photograph so that you could get a better idea of what a generational Satanist in a position of marginal influence looks like.

They’re all related to one another by bloodline. They comprise between twenty and thirty percent of the populace, and are hiding in plain sight in every city, town and village on Earth.

It’s how the few have controlled the many all the way back to Babylon, and before.

But they say that the hardest part of solving a problem is recognizing that you have one.

Don Croft used to say “Parasites fear exposure above all else.”

In March 2022, nippon.com published “Number of Suicides in Japan in 2021 Revised to 21,007”.

Where “revised” is general. Reading the headline, you have no idea whether suicides in Japan increased or decreased. That’s intentional, as the propagandist writing the article knows that, since sixty to seventy percent of readers only read the headlines, the hedging generality will go a long way toward “compartmentalizing” awareness of the exponential increase in suicide that is occurring regardless of culture or geography that I’m documenting here.

The author of the article is uncredited. I’m sorry to be the one to have to break it to you, but any time an author is uncredited, it is proof that said author is an Intelligence operative.

That author goes on to present a number of statistics, but all of them are by themselves, and assiduously not compared with one another. That’s another example of the propaganda technique known as “compartmentalization”.

So, I had to do the math many, many times to learn:

From 2019 to 2021, the suicide rate in Japan increased by 5% , from 16 per 100,000 people to 16.8 per 100,000 people.

From 2019 to 2020, the suicide rate in Japan increased by 4.3%, from 16 per 100,000 to 16.7 per 100,000.

From 2020 to 2021, the suicide rate in Japan **increased by .6%**from 16.7 per 100,000 to was 16.8 per 100,000.

From 2020 to 2021, the suicide rate among women in Japan increased by .6% . It was the second consecutive year of increasing suicide among women in Japan.

From 2020 to 2021, the suicide rate among men in Japan decreased by .8% . It was the 12th straight year of decreasing suicide among men in Japan.

"Like in 2020, health problems were the top cause of suicide in 2021, with 9,860 people taking their own lives for such reasons. The number of suicides due to economic and livelihood issuesgrew 5.0 pct to 3,376, logging the sharpest increase among all reasons.

In 2020, 56% of the Japanese workforce was male, and 44% was female.

Essay: explain how the largest increase in suicide in Japan in 2020 was due to “economic and livelihood issues”, within the context of twelve consecutive years of decreasing suicide among men and two consecutive years of increasing suicide among women, within the context of a Japanese workforce that was 56% male and 44% female.

Answer: “economic and livelihood issues” - which is general - is a bullshit plausible deniability excuse, put forward at the local level in Japan to take your eyes off the fact that women are killing themselves in exponentially greater numbers because they are more addicted to the technology that is, in fact, driving the increase in suicide.

In 2021, the top cause of suicide in Japan was “health issues”.

Essay: Explain how “health issues” were the primary drivers of suicide in Japan, within the context of Japanese women killing themselves at ever greater rates, and men there killing themselves at ever decreasing rates, with the context of the fact that those only-general “health issues” must necessarily be equal among men and women.

Answer: “health issues” is a bullshit plausible deniability excuse, put forward at the local level in Japan to take your eyes off the fact that women are killing themselves in exponentially greater numbers regardless of culture or geography because they are more addicted to the technology that is, in fact, driving the increase in suicide.

The words “mystery”, “baffled” and “puzzled” are memes, used, among numerous similar variants, whenever anyone in the wholly-controlled-and-coopted Poltical, Academic, Scientific and Media establishments wants to lie about, well, basically anything. That’s why a New Yorker article from April 2022 is headlined “the Mystifying Rise in Child Suicide”.

Where the author used “rise” because it’s general, and because it’s softer than “dropped” or “decreased”. It’s also a call out to the Atonist Black Sun cult that’s run things in all the nations, well, all the way back to Babylon, and before.

The author, Andrew Solomon, knows that since sixty to seventy percent of readers only read the headlines, his hedging generality goes a long way toward “compartmentalizing” awareness of the scope of the exponential increase in Technology-driven suicides I’m documenting here.

In journalistic parlance, he’s “buried” these statistic a tortuous nine paragraphs below:

“Between 1950 and 1988, the proportion of adolescents aged between fifteen and nineteen who killed themselves quadrupled. Between 2007 and 2017, the number of children aged ten to fourteen who did so more than doubled.”

For those late to the party, in 2022, reading nine paragraphs is the equivalent of someone from the 1960’s reading “War and Peace”.

Solomon has done his best to blow smoke over the sudden, recent, exponential increase in youth suicide by given very large date ranges. That’s another example of the propaganda technique known as “compartmentalization”.

Even more spectacularly, he’s “cherry-picked” statistics from two different age groups, and positioned them so that it appears that the suicide rate among adolescents has decreased by half (from quadrupling to doubling").

However, his data nonetheless supports my thesis, which is, namely, that the purportedly-harmless non-ionizing radiation from technology (which includes 50’s-era and forward cathode ray tubes, high tension power lines, 70’s-era microwave ovens, ad infinitum) drives suicide.

The words “mystery”, “baffled” and “puzzled” are memes, used, among numerous similar variants, whenever anyone in the wholly-controlled-and-coopted Political, Academic, Scientific and Media establishments wants to lie about, well, basically anything. That’s why author Andrew Solomon goes on to say “It is extremely difficult to generalize about youth suicide, because the available data are so much sparser and more fragmentary than for adult mental illness, let alone in the broader field of developmental psychology. What studies there are have such varied parameters—of age range, sample size, and a host of demographic factors—as to make collating the information all but impossible. The blizzard of conflicting statistics points to our collective ignorance about an area in which more and better studies are urgently needed.”

Whre the New Yorker’s Andrew Solomon said “It is extremely difficult to generalize about youth suicide”, and that collating the information is “all but impossible”, due to “the blizzard of conflicting statistics”, and that “more and better studies are urgently needed.”

Here’s Andrew Solomon’s picture, using a purportedly-secret Illuminist hand gesture, where he’s pointing to his temple:

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(Author Andrew Solomon, using a purportedly-secret Illuminist hand gesture, where he’s pointing to his temple)

Now here’s an historical depiction of a barely-closeted Illuminist (top left of image) making the same purportedly-secret hand gesture - pointing to his temple - that author Andrew Solomon is in the photo immediately above:

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(Historical depiction of a barely-closeted Illuminist (top left of image) making the same purportedly-secret hand gesture - pointing to his temple - that author Andrew Solomon is in the photo immediately above)

And, for any mouth-breathing Coincidence theorists huffing and puffing in the readership, here’s a Linkedin profile picture of a Software Engineer using the same purportedly-secret hand gesture - pointing to her temple - that are shown in the two images immediately above.

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(Linkedin profile picture of a Software Engineer using the same purportedly-secret hand gesture - pointing to her temple - that are shown in the two images immediately above)

And here’s another Linkedin profile picture of a Software Engineer using the same purportedly-secret hand gesture - pointing to her temple - that are shown in the two images immediately above.

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(Linkedin profile picture of a Software Engineer using the same purportedly-secret hand gesture - pointing to her temple - that are shown in the two images immediately above.)

I’ve included Andrew Solomon’s photograph, along with that of his co-conspirators, current and previous, so that you could get a better idea of what generational Satanists in positions of varying influence look like.

They’re all related to one another by bloodline. They comprise between twenty and thirty percent of the populace, and are hiding in plain sight in every city, town and village on Earth.

It’s how the few have controlled the many all the way back to Babylon, and before.

But they say that the hardest part of solving a problem is recognizing that you have one.

Don Croft used to say “Parasites fear exposure above all else.”